The iPhone iteration of 5th Cell's magical word puzzle game gains voice control on the 4S, integrating Siri's voice recognition technology in Scribblenauts: Remix to make you say things like "Giant Flying Kielbasa" in mixed company.
Siri is not only miffed by Scottish English, it also doesn't follow English spoken with a Japanese accent.
Apple said today they sold more than 4 million iPhone 4S in the three days since its launch on Oct. 14. They also report that more than 25 million customers are now using iOS 5, which upgrades, but still doesn't even come close to fixing the iPhone's Gamecenter.
"What is Ubisoft," I ask Siri. The only reason I ask that question is I have an package from Ubisoft on my desk. And I have no imagination.
Once Apple introduced the Siri AI personal assistant, it was only a matter of time until someone mashed up the introductory video so that it was GLaDOS living inside of Cupertino's new smartphone.
So, maybe you're a bit disappointed by not getting a shiny new iPhone design revealed during Apple's announcement yesterday. You're not alone. But the real exciting stuff was all the news about iOS 5, what with the Siri personal assistant and full video mirroring through Apple TV.